curling

All Noun Verb Adjective
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  • Top curling championships are typically played by all-male or all-female teams.
  • The team once again did not perform very well in the season's curling tour.
  • He took up the sport because his father was the vice president of his local curling club.
  • The game is known as mixed curling when a team consists of two men and two women.
  • He was removed from the rest of the curling competition but his team was allowed to continue.
  • At present, this curling bridge is the only one of its type known to be in existence.
  • His work and job influenced his decision to leave competitive curling the first time he retired.
  • Although many sports are played in the region, ice hockey and curling are the most popular.
  • From there the team went on to win their second World Curling Championship.
  • The points are calculated for each nation based on performance during the last six curling seasons.
  • After leaving the ice for good, he took up curling and golf.
  • She was the skip of her high school curling team, all four years.
  • There are other things in life besides curling, which I have found.
  • But I hope to be on the curling trail again next year.
  • The village is home to one restaurant, The town is also known for its curling club.
  • Martin began curling when he was six years old.
  • The origin of the name of the curling club comes from an old name of a small river running through the area.
  • Curling has been an event at the Winter Olympics for many years.
  • Since the curling club controlled its use and thus when games could or could not be played, a new location was sought.
  • They are determined through points earned in various curling bonspiels held worldwide throughout the season.
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Root form of curling is curl for the verb.

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Meaning of curling

  • noun A game played on ice in which heavy stones with handles are slid toward a target
  • verb Form a curl, curve, or kink
    the cigar smoke curled up at the ceiling
  • verb Twist or roll into coils or ringlets
    curl my hair, please
  • verb Play the scottish game of curling